Texas A&M to Host Ruminant Ultrasound Workshop

The workshop, which includes lecture and wet lab, will be held Aug. 29.

Screencap/Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences

Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences will host a ruminant ultrasound workshop on Aug. 29.

The aim of the workshop is to introduce veterinarians to the different uses of ultrasound in practice for reproductive and non-reproductive purposes.

Topics covered:

  • The physics of ultrasound,
  • Ways to maximize the use of ultrasound in practice by using it for more than reproductive purposes and
  • Ultrasound of the reproductive tract.

Participants will have the opportunity to rotate through all three labs covering bovine reproduction, small ruminant reproduction and the bovine thorax and abdomen.

Several different ultrasound machines will be available for participants to use provided by Boland Vet Services.

The workshop is limited to 30 participants.

For details, visit the website.

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